Mizuna is a Japanese green that is high in nutrition and lends itself well to many different dishes. Used in everything from salads to soups to stir-frys, the leafy green offers great flavor as well as many health benefits.
Do you see cold nights in your near future? If so, turn them into an opportunity to gather your friends and practice your sake-serving skills with this guide.
The idea of making your own tofu sounds seems daunting, but it’s actually a rather easy and simple process. Once you do it the first time, you may choose to make your own tofu from that point on.
This feature covers the tools, techniques and ingredients you need to make a bowl of ramen worthy of any authentic noodle shop. Step-by-step instructions, precise ingredient measurements and tips from the pros make the road to ramen nirvana easy.
There are an endless number of desserts in NYC that take their origins from places close to home as well as far-flung locales. Here are the top 9 Japanese inspired desserts that you have to try in NYC.
Thinly sliced meat is a prime ingredient in many Japanese dishes. You can easily cut thinly sliced meat yourself by following a few simple tips.
Skewered grilled chicken covered in Teriyaki sauce is the perfect dish for everything from afternoon barbecues to formal dinners, and our easy-to-follow chicken tsukune recipe and video has everything you need to make it at home!
This visually appealing dish is actually inspired to look like a yellow small chrysanthemum! Serve it as an appetizer or pack it in your lunch for a little floral flare.
Ebi mayo is a popular traditional Japanese appetizer that you may have tried at an authentic izakaya bar. Now you can make them right in the comfort of your home kitchen with our easy-to-follow recipe and video.
Make apple daifuku mochi, a tasty dessert extremely popular in Japanese food culture, in the comfort of your own home with our easy-to-follow recipe and video plus cooking tips to help you become a pro in no time at all.
Mizu Yokan is a traditional Japanese dessert that is served as a refreshing treat on warm summer days. The jellied dessert is made with sweet red bean paste, sugar, and other flavorful ingredients such as chestnuts.
By adding a bit of European flair, Japanese shogayaki (ginger pork) transforms itself from just a delicious food to mouth-watering food! Try this recipe for your next dinner party!